Scan-line quality inspection of strip materials using 1-D radial basis function network

There exist a variety of manufacturing quality inspection tasks where the inspection of a continuous strip of material using a scan-line camera is involved. Here the image is very short in one dimension but unlimited in the other dimension. In this study, a method of image event detection for this class of applications based on adaptive radial-basis function networks is presented. The architecture of the system and the adaptation methodology is presented in detail together with a detailed discussion on parameter selection. Promising detection results are illustrated for an application to grinded glass edge inspection problem.
1st International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications


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A. Saranlı, “Scan-line quality inspection of strip materials using 1-D radial basis function network,” presented at the 1st International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications, Setubal, PORTUGAL, 2006, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: